Can we save video locally like during our many internet outages and power failures, my home runs on battery backup and our local FOG networks are on even if internet is down so our local computer vision ai works. Alexa or IOT does not work when internet is down or when we need it most. so have Hot Fog “Home of Things” FOG
It’s been a week. When will it appear in the Google Play store? The store still shows 2.5.28 which was released back in 26 August 2019. Do we have to be in the beta program or side-load an APK to get it?
You can’t update an app if Play store says there’s no update. I’ve been in the Play store on Android and on their Web site. They both say 2.5.28. I even happened to get a new phone recently, which, of course, entailed installing my apps. It installed the latest version displayed on the Play store: 2.25.28. Uninstalling and re-installing just givs me 2.5.28, which is the version displayed on the Android and Web versions of the Google Play store.
Do the Google Play Store app and Web site both show a version other than 2.5.28 for you? I don’t understand how that would be possible. (Granted, it’s odd that the Play Store app says it was updated on 26 Aug 2019, and the Web site says 19 Nov 2019. However, they both say 2.5.28.)
Is it an older phone? I don’t use an Android, but my understanding is that most of the phone manufacturers use their own build of the Android OS, which means that when Android releases OS updates, you have to wait for the manufacturer to release its own build of the update. Basically, if your Android OS is outdated, it may be that the August version of the app is the most recent one your phone supports. But I’m just guessing here.
@qlang243 The Play Store app is automatically updated by Google services.
@HDRock Yes. That’s how I found it in the Play Store app.
@nerdland It’s a new Nokia PureView 9 running Android One (as stock as possible and still run Google services).
I checked the store on a different phone and it shows 2.6.42 in the store. (I also used an incognito tab to check the store on my PC and it shows 2.5.28.)
I’ve since learned that Google will throttle an app’s rollout if the reviews aren’t good. Since Wyze’s rating is less than 4, that’s probably why I still see the older version. I guess I just have to wait longer for it to reach me.
The other phone is also a Nokia PureView 9 running Android One. It’s Google, not Android One throttling the rollout. Google is the only entity that controls the Google Services that Android One is forced to license (unless they want to go the route of Amazon’s “Android” tablets and create their own store).
I’m confused. How is what any better than what? (Also, it’s actually Android 9, because Nokia isn’t quite ready to release their build of Android 10, which is the latest version.)
Regardless, it’s 2.5.28 in the Google Play store app on a Nokia PureView 9 phone, the Google Play store app on a Moto G5 phone, and on play.google.com on my PC in an incognito tab, However, it’s the latest version only in the Google Play store app on a second Nokia PureView 9 phone.